So sad Businessman, dog electrocuted to death in New Juaben

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According to reports, Nana Kwasi, on Sunday night was tying his dog to a faulty air condition as it was drowning due to heavy rainfall. Unfortunately, they both got electrocuted and died

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Nana Kwasi Osei, a businessman in the New Juaben municipality in the Eastern region, has been electrocuted to death.

According to reports, Nana Kwasi, on Sunday night was tying his dog to a faulty air condition as it was drowning due to heavy rainfall. Unfortunately, they both got electrocuted and died.

Brother in-law of the deceased, Sarkodie Addo, told Starr News that the death remains a mystery because the air conditioner was off when the incident happened.

“The air conditioner was faulty but it was off so we wonder how he was electrocuted”, he said.

The relatives found the deceased and his dog dead on Monday morning.

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